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    • #32
      Originally posted by charliesheen View Post

      You can buy an OBD code reader for what, $50? But would that tell you which coil pack is bad?
      So you should just skip free because it might not work and just take it to the first mechanic you see....

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      • #33
        Originally posted by s.murph View Post

        I bought a pair of $14 wipers for the Bonnie @ Auto Zone and the kid installed them for free.Went to Tuffys for the same and got charged $64!!
        I got a set of wipers for my F150 from AutoZone. Got home and they wouldn't fit the arms Drove to dealer and got Ford blades. Damn things were cheaper than AutoZone. Got my money back from AutoZone.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by FreakShowFanatic View Post

          Actually I bought a cheap set of four on Amazon and changed them out myself. I don't have diagnostic equipment and what ultimately turned out was one of the new coils was bad. The Amex call took about 5 minutes. Talk about stupid, you're the one that smokes. BWAHAHAHHA

          Here are the coils I used.
          https://www.amazon.com/Carrep-Igniti...oil+2007&psc=1
          So you, like every other person, tried to buy cheap shit parts off the internet, and it didnt fix your problem. But you had "new" parts, so that made the diagnosis even harder because new means new, not good.

          Fantastic. I deal with your shit every day. "BUT IT'S NEW". I DGAF. "You are trying to rip me off, I bought this VW MAF sensor that VW wants $280 for, for only $29 online! It cant be that!"

          "What do you mean my $8 remote fob wont program to the car? It's BRAND NEW!" The dealer wanted $70 for one!

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          • #35
            Originally posted by DandyDon View Post

            So you, like every other person, tried to buy cheap shit parts off the internet, and it didnt fix your problem. But you had "new" parts, so that made the diagnosis even harder because new means new, not good.

            Fantastic. I deal with your shit every day. "BUT IT'S NEW". I DGAF. "You are trying to rip me off, I bought this VW MAF sensor that VW wants $280 for, for only $29 online! It cant be that!"

            "What do you mean my $8 remote fob wont program to the car? It's BRAND NEW!" The dealer wanted $70 for one!
            That's exactly what happened but like I said, I thought the dealership did a good job. I told them that I was happy with their work too. It's just that a Honda ignition coil goes for about $140 as opposed to $40 for one on Amazon so it's tempting to roll the dice. This time I guess I got what I paid for.

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